- 30 Jun 2011
Oh, so it's the middle of the vertical seam that's bulging? Hmmm.
What a characterSpotlight time.
So Ive had this whiptail plec for over a year, never fed him directly, and Ive never seen him eat anything I throw in. Great fish care, I know
Yet he is nice and fat, I guess the tank is big enough to provide whatever he needs!
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Not sure how I will fix it long term, for now its fine, until I find some headspace to tackle it again
I was looking at that seam. How about drilling and pinning with clear acrylic rod? Use acrylic solvent to fix the rods in. Like a plastic version of a classic woodwork joint! It wouldn't be completely clear, but if you could 'wet' all the faces of the dowels and holes, with cement, it might not be that noticeable. Guess there is a risk that drilling might cause some stress points. But sounds like you like risky plans
I love tanks where you can't see all the fish all the time. It's like going into the wild; you know what species live in the area, but you don't know which ones you will see today.
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